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I''m Ready For My Close-Up/Electric Sheep:The Art Theatre Guild of Japan (19 August 2011)


Published August 19, 2011


Electric Sheep editor Virginie Selavy talks to Julian Ross about the summerâs seasons of experimental and independent Japanese cinema of the 1960s and 70s. In the 60s, the Art Theatre Guild of Japan (ATG) in Tokyo became the centre of a vibrant independent filmmaking scene, encouraging bold experiments and innovative collaborations with other artists. The discussion will focus on the ATG, its related space Theatre Scorpio, and the films the ATG helped produce or distribute, including works by Nagisa Oshima and Koji Wakamatsu.

Julian Ross is a commissioning editor at Vertigo Magazine and the programme coordinator for the Theatre Scorpio season at Close-Up Film Centre and the Art Theatre Guild season at the BFI Southbank.


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